A staple of Las Vegas Italian restaurants for more than 20 years, this cozy bistro, Battista's Hole In The Wall, has served the famous Sinatra himself ... More
Battista's Hole in the Wall
A staple of Las Vegas Italian restaurants for more than 20 years, this cozy bistro, Battista's Hole In The Wall, has served the famous Sinatra himself and the not-so-famous. All entrees include unlimited red or white house wine, and usually you will find live accordion music and singing for your entertainment. It is located just a block east of the Strip. Featured entrees include pastas, veal, chicken and pizza. A nice wine and beer selection is offered with an excellent house vino .
This is one of the best places to eat in Vegas. Great food, great price, and the house wines are included in your price. The service was amazingly fast. The food was delicious. I have been to Vegas 3 times now and will always make time to eat here.
Las Vegas has so many great Italian restaurants. Having said that, why would anyone ever return to a dump like Battista's.
The food wasn't fresh, everything was served cold, the wine was horrible and the service was terrible.
You would think that a fine Italian restaurant would know how to serve pasta. Not Battista's.
Stay away. Try The Olive Garden of you want average Italian food and don't want to be ripped off.
I agree with other reviews that said you're packed in like sardines. We've visited this place twice when visiting Vegas and we love that you get the red and/or white wines on the table with your meal, the entertainment is charming although be prepared to slip him a few bucks. Really not a family place, more of a date night type place but don't plan on sitting long, service is fast in fact so fast that we felt we were being rushed out the door.
Had to wait 45 minutes even with a prior reservation. Found it too dark and too loud. Food was ok, but service was slow. Musicians were entertaining but wouldn't leave to table till we tipped them. Might go back but would not mind if I didn't
Overated - Food was basic Italian - nothing special. Appetizer assortment platter way overpriced for frozen and fried (deep fried mozzrella, mushrooms, etc.) Medium sized party averaged $45 per person with less than 25% drinking.
Old Vegas Ambiance OK - Food - way better and cheaper elsewhere. Tomato sauce tasted canned - nothing special. Frank and Dean wouldn't have ate here if it was like this in the 60s